Aug 122012

By Chris Block

PuckChatter~Radio returned Sunday night (in sixty-minute form) to review a bunch of topics, some of which actually pertained to Chicago Blackhawks hockey.

We also reviewed our recent camping excursion in the northern reaches of Wisconsin, Sunday’s trip to Wrigley Field for the Chicago Cubs game (and more) and also a recent altercation Block had outside of a Jewel-Osco.

On the hockey side we talked the potential changes and ramifications should the NHL owners and player’s association agree to modify the current structure of Entry-Level contracts, Rostislav Olesz‘s status for this season, a Kyle Beach article sets a new standard for incompetence, Cristobal Huet‘s new big contract and the Blackhawks new ticket pricing structure for the 2012-13 season.

All that and much, much more.

PuckChatter~Radio, e.114, Got ‘Em From the Peanut Man

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  3 Responses to “PuckChatter~Radio, Got ‘Em from the Peanut Man”

  1. Chris, looking like there might be a lockout. That could really cause a glut of players such as Hayes, shaw, Kruger, saad and olsen to start the season in rockford. That might actually be a positive for most. Are you hearing anything new on johns snubbing the prospect camp ?

    • Right, and don’t forget about Nick Leddy and Brandon Bollig. The key is those guys don’t yet qualify as AHL veterans. The limit is six on any one game roster, excluding goalies. So you could potentially see a ‘stacked’ Rockford team. Not as potentially scary as Oklahoma City could be. Or Lake Erie, but still pretty good. Partly with the looming work stoppage, I don’t foresee them dumping much more money in the Rockford roster. The rule during the last lockout was any NHL player under the age of 22, or any player with a two-way contract, was eligible to play in the AHL during the lockout.

  2. Chris, leddy played 82 games last year and posted nearly 40 points. I would be stunned if they sent him to the ahl even during the lockout. It’s weird his numbers read like a number three defenseman but watching him he looks really really small out there among men. Do you think they would send him to the a ?

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